Senior Manager, Government Affairs, Comcast

Flint has grown under Comcast, having joined the company as an intern in 2014. Since then, he has led an effort to host the Millennial Action Project, planned and executed the Inaugural Young Professionals Network Summit and spearheaded Comcast’s sponsored engagement at Forbes’ Under 30 Summit in 2015. He lists his mother as his biggest mentor. “Her ability to serve as a confidant and listener, while also providing me with much needed doses of reality has been instrumental to my ability to grow personally and professionally,” he said.

What sort of culture is important to you in the workplace?

A team oriented atmosphere is most important to me.  I believe that I perform my best when I am working alongside smart, considerate and motivated teammates and absolutely believe that a rising tide lifts all boats.

What is the most exciting thing about working in this industry?

The pace of change.  It is an incredibly exciting time to be working in this industry, which is so dynamic and impacts people’s lives in so many meaningful ways.

Who has been your biggest mentor and why?

My mother has always been my biggest mentor.  Her ability to serve as a confidant and listener, while also providing me with much needed doses of reality has been instrumental to my ability to grow personally and professionally.  Also, she has always led by example through her hard work, perseverance and commitment to others.  All of which are characteristics that I attempt to replicate to the best of my ability.


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